New Symphony of the Goddesses dates announced

DjinnApril 24th, 2013 by Djinn

Symphony of the Goddesses has recently sent out a PR email announcing a “Season Two” of the tour beginning in June. Inside they announce a return to eight previous cities and two new locations. The new locations are Baltimore, Maryland and Grand Rapids, Michigan. For those who have previously seen the symphony in the returning locations, there will be a few new songs added to the list.

Jump inside to read the announcement for yourself.

REDMOND, Wash., April 22, 2013 – By popular demand, “The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses” concert series is returning with “Season 2″ to eight cities from last year’s tour and is coming soon to even more locations in North America. Based on one of the most popular and beloved video game series of all time, the tour features live orchestral performances of theme music from Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda franchise. The newly announced dates include:

Returning due to popular demand:

o Atlanta; Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre; June 6
o San Francisco; Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall; June 10
o Montreal; Place des Arts; June 14
o Los Angeles; Greek Theatre; June 12
o Austin, Texas; Long Center; June 29
o Philadelphia; The Mann Center for the Performing Arts; July 25
o Toronto; Sony Centre for the Performing Arts; Sept. 7
o Seattle; Benaroya Hall; Sept. 12

Newly coming to:

o Baltimore; Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall; July 27
o Grand Rapids, Mich.; DeVos Performance Hall; Oct. 19

In cities where the tour will be returning, audiences can expect to experience breathtaking new material exploring additional chapters from The Legend of Zelda franchise, along with traditional performances of the show’s now-classic repertoire from last season.

The name “Symphony of the Goddesses” refers not only to the concert program but also to the four-movement symphony recounting the classic storylines from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess and The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. The performance also will highlight orchestral renditions of music from other games in the series, including The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask and The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks. Eímear Noone will conduct the full orchestra with arrangements by music director Chad Seiter, and the evening will be hosted by concert producer and lead creative Jeron Moore.

Guests will relish their favorite moments from the now-27-year-old series, carefully and beautifully timed with a gorgeous orchestral score approved by Nintendo sound director and Zelda franchise composer Koji Kondo. The concert is a festive experience for all walks of fans, many of whom attend “cosplaying” as their favorite characters.

“The demand for Zelda is amazing, and this special concert will deliver an unforgettable experience for fans,” notes Jason Michael Paul, CEO of Jason Michael Paul Productions, which is producing the concert tour. “These performances transcend culture and geography and unite people through a common love for this venerable and legendary series.”

Fans can view a complete tour schedule with ticketing information, and also sign up for a regularly updated digital newsletter, at http://zelda-symphony.com. Club Nintendo members can enjoy an exclusive 15 percent discount to the show by logging into their accounts and looking for the discount code on the Symphony of the Goddesses banner. Consumers that are not Club Nintendo members can join for free at https://club.nintendo.com/. Exclusive concert packs also are available at select GameStop locations.

I am amazed at the success of this concert. It was just an anniversary event that has continued to travel across the nation for another year and appears to still be ongoing. This does give a lot of us who might have missed the first performance a second chance to see it. While the new songs give returning fans another reason to check it out again.

Source: Zelda Symphony

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  • Nevan Lowe

    I want to go to Baltimare, but I’m saving money for a WIi U.

  • MiniJen

    I’m interested in going to the Baltimore one, but I’ve already been to the season 1 version and apparently, there isn’t going to be any new material there cause its their first time in Baltimore… :(

  • Marinestar0

    No return to Chicago? It sold out last time, and so many people that wanted to go couldn’t, I was one of them…

  • Hyrule’s Hero

    Anyone know if these guys sound better than Hyrule Symphony? .Hyrule Symphony sucks

    • frgovo

      Hyrule Symphony, if I remember well, was for strings only, while Symphony of the Goddesses features a full orchestra. Also, aside from orchestral arrangements, there are some wider medleys. So, yeah, I suppose it’s better.

    • Rola

      I saw them at San Antonio TX last year, I highly recommend this experience, you can see some stuff in youtube..

  • critHITjace

    yet again they decide not to return to the northeast. What is it with trying to book a show in this area? Do the Boston Pops just naturally scare away all the orchestrated shows? I know Distant Worlds tried for years and they finally did a sold out show in Boston and want to play again, but are having trouble locking it down again. :(

  • InfernalDinosaur

    got my tickets for SF :3

  • Speedsk8

    For the people who have already gone for it, compared to ZREO’s twilight symphony, which one is better?

    • MiniJen

      Oh gosh, that’s such a hard comparison! Both are so majestic! I have most of the Symphony of the Goddesses and Twilight Symphony on my iPad! They’re some of my favorite things to listen to!! XD

  • http://www.facebook.com/matthew.gosparini Matthew Gosparini

    I wanted to go to the one at the Greek Theatre but I had a music concert that I was playing at so I couldn’t go. Hopefully I’ll make it this time!

  • richa

    realy? whats wrong with europe? TT___TT

    • Torqueo

      I know right! They’d sell out every night in Europe!

  • baileygirl99

    L.A. baby!!! i hope i can go!!!!! thats the one closest to my hometown.

  • Nikki Smith

    I can’t go to any of them. All the places are too far away for me to be able to attend any of them. ):

  • http://twitter.com/cooiejr sterling

    Need to go to the philly one SO HAPPY ITS COMING LOCAL

  • sexyaussiekirkland

    What’s wrong with Australia? Going to Sydney does not count as going to AUSTRALIA. We have a whole country full of other capital cities with plenty of Zelda fans!

  • Irondraggon

    Grand Rapids is like ten minutes away! Gonna go!

    • Princess Zelda

      See ya there!

  • http://www.triforcetalk9.blogspot.com/ Linkfan99

    Hmm…. one of those is really close to me, but I can’t decide if it’s worth it. It’d be between that and a few 3DS games.

  • Night Owl

    I plan on making it this time in Austin. I was bummed that I didn’t get to see it last time they were here.

  • Ryan

    Please leave the US and do a world tour. I live in South Korea and I want to see this.

  • dfdfd

    Yay! I get to go again!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003298020387 Alan Da Cruz Nascimento

    When this came on Brazil? DDD;

  • Cashew

    No New York?

    • fgdgfdg

      I went to the one in Philly last year, and I’m going again since it’s pretty close to NY, at least where I live.

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